Assuming that you’re referring to taking on a “fit” client, I would have the same approach with them as I would with someone who’s a beginner and not very fit. You have to first see if the person is a good match for you & you need to be confident that you can help them reach their goals. If that’s the case, by all means go for it. It’s a win-win deal – you’ll help them get to the next level (or maintain) and most likely not have to deal with a client who’s constantly canceling since their dedication level to training is high to begin with. They’re the ideal clients, provided they’re not constantly traveling. Good luck Juliet.